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EDP LoopTrig question (was RE: Loopers-Delight-d Digest V05 #72)
With your hint about SamplerStyle=Att I found it in the manual p. 9-27:
If you do a long-press of the NoteOn trigger for the current loop,
the loop will be Reset. This is not the case when SamplerStyle=Att.
In that case the currently loop is just retriggered and played as
normal for SamplerStyle=Att."
I hadn't found it, because I only scanned the manual for the search term
But now you've opened the can of worms... on page 9-26:
If the current loop is in reset, and you double-click the NoteOn
trigger for the current loop, the Echoplex will start Record.
I did not get this behaviour (though I'd love to have it)! Double-clicking
NoteOn does nothing. I tried by sending the corresponding NoteOff and
without sending the NoteOffs but to no avail.
How about you?
Yes, finally I decided to go for the PMC10
> -----Original Message-----
> From: a k butler [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Sonntag, 6. Februar 2005 13:01
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: Re: Loopers-Delight-d Digest V05 #72
> Hi Bernhard
> >I have a EDP LoopTrig question:
> >When I do a long press of the DirectMidi LoopTrig the targeted loop gets
> >deleted. I couldn't find that behaviour described in the manual.
> >Thank you
> I couldn't find it either.
> ..but essentially the LoopTrig is working the same way as Record here,
> and so LongPressLoopTrig resets the loop.
> When SamplerStyle=Att, the behaviour is different; the loop
> only plays for as long as you hold down the LoopTrig, so in this case
> there's no longpress to erase the loop.
> ...Does this mean you bought a midi-controller? :-)
> andy butler